Safety

  • Aquatic Risk Management

    Aquatic facility managers, risk management, and operators will learn how to protect customers and staff and reduce risk and liability. People who take the online Aquatic Risk Management course will receive a copy of the Aquatic Risk Management handbook to help identify, develop, implement, and establish practices that will help them achieve the important task of ensuring the health and safety of their patrons, staff, and the facility. Managing the risk to minimize the impact of the hazard is the key to ensuring prosperity and preventing catastrophe. Complete this 2-hour, self-paced course and earn a record of completion. IACET CEUs available. The interactive course enhances learning, allowing you to work through a series of topics, along with case studies that are fully illustrated with photos and examples throughout. Take the course.

    Posted:
    March 2013
    Subject(s):
    Safety
    Sponsor:
    NSPF
  • Emergency Response Planning

    The course teaches managers how to develop an effective emergency response action plan. Establishing an Emergency Response Plan is the critical first step organizations can take to minimize injuries to staff and patrons, and administer care when responding to emergencies. Planning for calamity can mean the difference between misery and prosperity. Whether you are managing an aquatic facility, manufacturing plant, retail store, building, renovation or service company, emergency response planning must be the number one priority to preserve the health and safety of your employees, patrons, and business. This 2-hour, online course is interactive and features narration, images, video, and exercises and includes a copy of the Emergency Response Planning Handbook. You can earn a record of completion by successfully passing the course and submit for IACET CEUs. Work at your own pace as you learn how to develop an effective emergency response action plan. Take the course.

    Posted:
    March 2013
    Subject(s):
    Safety
    Sponsor:
    NSPF